Traffic & Transport

Part II

Special issue of Information Design Journal 22:2 (2016)

Editor
| International Institute for Information Design
[Information Design Journal, 22:2]  2016.  ii, 122 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Carla G. Spinillo
77–79
Editorial
Peter Simlinger
80–81
Information design in nautical charts: Dynamic NoGo areas
Thomas Porathe
82–91
Radi(c)al departures: Comparing conventional octolinear versus concentric circles schematic maps for the Berlin U-Bahn/S-Bahn networks using objective and subjective measures of effectiveness
92–115
The virtual railway station: Wayfinding experiences in a virtual environment and their application to reality
Veronika Egger (is-design GmbH)
116–126
The design of RutaCL: Developing and measuring performance for highway typeface
127–146
Railway in Mexico: Understanding history through information design
Maria González de Cossío
147–164
What next for legible cities: An assessment of the potential future for urban wayfinding
Tim Fendley
165–171
Continuity in travel information
Oliver Wrede
172–178
Licht. Sehen. Gestalten. by Walter Witting
Veronika Egger (is-design GmbH)
179–180
Current status of ISO 7001 Graphical symbols: Public information symbols
Keiichi Koyama
181–186
Standards and literature on wayshowing
Peter Simlinger
187–197
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Linguistics

Discourse studies
BIC Subject: AK – Industrial / commercial art & design
BISAC Subject: LAN004000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies